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Dhruin October 1st, 2008 03:49

Gothic 3: Forsaken Gods - Trailer @ Gamers Hell
 
I think, the first trailer for the Indian-developed Gothic 3: Forsaken Gods. The 22Mb file can be found at Gamers Hell and shows 30 secs of brief gameplay snippets (46 secs total).
More information.

Dantre October 1st, 2008 03:49

Why is the movie file named "Gothic_JWD_Sound_Warning_v2"? :S
Is that a "sound warning" to stay away, or what? :lol:

northreign October 1st, 2008 05:15

It was pretty horrible. Anyone thinking about watching it really should stay away. This game will crash and burn.

Dez October 1st, 2008 08:04

No wonder that jowood has been pretty hush hush about forsaken gods..It didn't get me very excited, but am i buying this? hell yeah :)

TheMadGamer October 1st, 2008 08:06

only way ill buy it is after its released i read on the forums that

a) I dont need to totally change the way vista boots up and allocates memory and
b) The game doesnt crash with 'where's the guru' errors every 45 minutes.

Maylander October 1st, 2008 10:20

I'm definetly buying it, but certainly not because of the video.

DArtagnan October 1st, 2008 10:47

The video was pretty pointless and didn't show anything new - and specifically it didn't seem to have any kind of "enhanced" combat system, which was the biggest reason for getting this.

That said, I wouldn't say it was "horrible", as it looked like more Gothic 3, which apart from the problems it had is still the best freeform CRPG since Gothic 2.

Wulf October 1st, 2008 11:18

Here's a direct link (rather than download)…
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k2L2bYXQ1MnHycMM8Q

(Nothing to 'write home' about ) :(

titus October 1st, 2008 12:20

Wasn't really impressive, at least not more than G3 was :p
Still I want it, been playing G3 again yesterday because I was an a limited internet speed. I felt it again, the love for gothic :)
Playing this time as a mage and going Beliars way :p
All kneel for the orcs :p

elikal October 1st, 2008 14:37

As much as I loved the Gothic setting, I replayed Gothic 3 - and hell even WITH the lateste community patch it was a lagfest and crashfest. On the other hand I really would like to know how it continues.

zakhal October 1st, 2008 14:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by elikal (Post 97834)
As much as I loved the Gothic setting, I replayed Gothic 3 - and hell even WITH the lateste community patch it was a lagfest and crashfest. On the other hand I really would like to know how it continues.

What kind of hardware did you use?

Maylander October 1st, 2008 15:43

My guess is he had high settings on a computer running Vista. That leads to a crash every 5 min. Impossible to play properly that way.

I'm still not sure what setting exactly causes the crash, but I did figure out how to make it work - lower the settings to medium, and then increase a few to high (such as details). I didn't bother trying to adjust AA etc to try and find the exact source of the problem.

Karmakaze October 1st, 2008 20:20

Isn't this one supposed to have a different engine? I could see virtually no difference to Gothic 3 though it has been a while since I played it.

Nikus October 1st, 2008 21:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by zakhal (Post 97836)
What kind of hardware did you use?

In my case the most annoying things with G3 were stuttering and the amount of time it took to load a save if vsync was forced (without it the game teared badly). That was with the latest official patch. XP Pro, 2Gb RAM, C2D @3 MHz, BadAxe2, 8800GTX.

souha13 October 1st, 2008 21:57

combat looks just as boring and ridiculous as in original g3.

Wanderer October 1st, 2008 22:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by northreign (Post 97784)
It was pretty horrible. Anyone thinking about watching it really should stay away. This game will crash and burn.

It's being developed by an Indian company what do you expect lol. Europeans make the best PC Role Playing Games.

elikal October 1st, 2008 23:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by zakhal (Post 97836)
What kind of hardware did you use?

Win XP, dual core with 2.66 Ghz, 1GB ram, 512 MB grafic ram… enough I would think. The game was crap, and no amount of wisemen can sew shit into gold. Not outside of a fairytale.

souha13 October 1st, 2008 23:25

Well 1 gb ram is not nearly enough for most modern games and certainly not the lagfest that was gothic 3. 2gb is necessery.

zakhal October 2nd, 2008 00:14

I agree. I clearly remember the game asking for atleast 2GB just like most modern games. Luckily you can buy 2GB of memory for like 20-30€ now after the memory cartel went down. I have 3GB (2x2GB) on my system - the max it can have.

zakhal October 2nd, 2008 00:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nikus (Post 97897)
In my case the most annoying things with G3 were stuttering and the amount of time it took to load a save if vsync was forced (without it the game teared badly). That was with the latest official patch. XP Pro, 2Gb RAM, C2D @3 MHz, BadAxe2, 8800GTX.

Thats a hair better than what I have. I guess I need to make further upgrades before playing this. Luckily Im still well stuck in Gothic2 addon. That expansion takes som real dedication to finish.


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